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Images Dated 8th September 2003

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BIO13522 Featured 8 Sep 2003 Image

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Iceland pony (Equus caballus) dappled horse turning around to scrach its back, Iceland

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Giant cuttlefish couple Featured 8 Sep 2003 Image

Giant cuttlefish couple

Giant cuttlefish (Sepia apama) couple. The larger male is guarding the female from rival males as she lays eggs. This cuttlefish inhabits coastal waters around southern Australia. It is one of the largest of the cuttlefish, reaching a length of over 50 centimetres and weighing up to 5 kilograms. During mating, the male passes a spermatophore into a pouch by the female's mouth. This then bursts, releasing sperm into her mantle cavity, which fertilises the eggs. The eggs are then laid individually. Photographed off Whyalla, South Australia

© GEORGETTE DOUWMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Aerial photo of San Andreas fault Featured 8 Sep 2003 Image

Aerial photo of San Andreas fault

Aerial photograph of the San Andreas fault as it crosses the Carrizo Plain some 450km (300 miles) south of San Francisco & 160km (100 miles) north of Los Angeles. One of the world's great seismic faults, the San Andreas extends almost the full length of California & is responsible for major earthquakes. It is seen here as the narrow, valley-like scar running from bottom left to top centre of the picture. The desolate landscape consists of pressure ridges formed as a result of hundreds of fault movements. The Carrizo Plain is at right, the elevated Elkhorn Scarp at left. This is the place where the San Andreas fault is at its most spectacular

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY